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Environmentalism: Taking It Back To Basics

There are about 8,000 blog posts here and about 19,000 comments on them, some of which get pretty far out into the weeds.  Accordingly, now and then it may be a good idea to discuss the simplest, most basic concepts

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From Guest Blogger Brooke Chaplan: Three Interesting Ways Green Living Goes Beyond Clean Energy

Many people equate green living to the use of solar or wind power and even to driving electric cars. While these are some of the more common ways that you could be more environmentally friendly, there are other strategies that

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“Never Be a Spectator of Unfairness or Stupidity. The Grave Will Supply Plenty of Time for Silence.”

People who speak up about injustice can count on taking heat for it from mainstream society. Particularly in the U.S., we’re pressured to go along, have a few drinks, root for our hometown’s football team, and for God’s sake: stop

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From Guest Blogger Dimitris Papadoupolos: Green Marketing — How to Market your Eco-friendly Business

Emphasing the environmentally-friendly credentials of your business makes sense for the bottom line — a recent Morgan Stanley report revealed that millennials are twice as likely to make sustainable investing decisions than the general population.

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From Guest Blogger Dixie Somers: Artificial Turf vs. Grass: Which Is Eco-Friendlier?

While you may think natural grass would be inherently eco-friendlier than its artificial alternative, the question of which solution is better for the environment can be surprisingly complicated.

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How Do You Respond To the Forces of Evil?

According to all the polls. the majority of Americans disapprove of their current president, and that the ranks of the so-called “Trump Resistance Movement” are growing.  Per this article,  “An astounding number of new grassroots resistance groups, at least six times

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Take a Cool Guess—The Fun Quiz on Renewable Energy and Environmental Sustainability. Today’s Topic: Climate Change and Mosquitos

Question: According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) what percent of the contiguous United States has become, due to climate change, suitable breeding habitat for mosquitoes that are capable of transmitting the Zika, dengue, and chikungunya viruses? 

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From Guest Blogger Nina Simons: Five Ways To Save Money, Energy and Planet

With the start of the new year, everyone is striving to become better, to dream more, or complete new resolutions and make plans. When you’re already trying to be better then why don’t you also try to be more eco-friendly,

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From Guest Blogger Michael Stoddard: Corporate Social Responsibility–Best Examples of Green Initiatives Provided By Big Companies

A few years ago, few people cared about protecting our natural resources. All people cared for was how they would exploit these natural resources and make more money, but the situation is changing after manufacturing companies realized: resources that were

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From Guest Blogger Lauren Williamson: Guide to Finding a Reputable and Efficient Skip Bin Hiring Company

The rubbish build-up is a problem for all. Getting rid of it in a responsible and efficient way is the bigger problem. For that you need to make sure that you have a reputed company’s services on your side. This

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